Gross revenue from gambling at table games in Pennsylvania casinos was up 11.24 per cent in February to US$73.7 million.
US.- After posting a 2.2 per cent decrease in gross revenue from table games during January, the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) revealed that Pennsylvania casinos improved by 11.24 per cent during February, hitting US$73,757,805 compared to US$66,303,289 in revenue generated by the 12 casinos during the same month in 2017.
Total tax revenue collected from table games play during February was US$11,863,321 with an average of 1,269 tables in operation state-wide on a daily basis.
Sands Casino Resort Bethlehem led the way with US$19,145,453 in table games revenue (up 2.23 per cent year-on-year), followed by Parx Casino with US$16,090,888 (up 18.21 per cent) and SugarHouse Casino with US$9,991,803 (up 30.75 per cent).
During January, gross revenue from gambling at table games in Pennsylvania casinos was down 2.2 per cent to US$71,032,273, after posting US$72,610,202 in 2017. However, the sector managed to turn the tide and grew in the following month.